Join us at the Leicester Business Festival

25 Sep 2019

On 30 October 2019, Fairlead Mediation will be hosting an event at the Leicester Business Festival aimed at business owners and managers, which will explore how mediation can effectively resolve disputes and how the mediation process works.

The event, titled “How to resolve disputes quickly and without spending a fortune”, will look at how speedy dispute resolution is key to minimising business disruption and escalating costs.

Whether it’s with suppliers or customers, many businesses are likely to encounter conflict and disputes at some point, and finding a resolution can be stressful, time consuming, extremely costly and ultimately take your focus away from your business. Often overlooked, commercial mediation is a great alternative to the usual litigation route and allows disputes between businesses or between businesses and their customers to be solved quickly and cost-effectively, without the need for court proceedings.

We are thrilled to confirm Tim Bennett, an experienced dispute resolution solicitor and accredited mediator, as speaker for the event. With over 25 years’ experience of commercial and civil dispute resolution, representing both business clients and private clients, Tim also regularly represents clients at mediation.

Join us between 3.30pm and 5.00pm on Wednesday 30th October 2019 at our Leicester office for what promises to be an exciting insight into mediation and its benefits.

To ensure you don’t miss out, register your place here.

The Leicester Business Festival provides a fantastic platform to share and place the innovations that have contributed to our region’s outstanding growth, on a global platform. It brings influencers and innovators together into a unique and exciting fortnight of free business events that take place across the whole region.


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